Given the data you provided (that you are not sure if the penis got into your vagina and not sure if the bleeding on that day was vaginal or anal, if understood correctly), unfortunately you can not know for sure if the hymen (which âmakesâ the virginity) got deflorated (ruptured) or not. You might want to check this with a gynecologist (or your family doctor, if experienced in this issue). Although, in women with a so-called âelastic hymenâ, the hymen might stay intact (unruptured) even after the first (or first few) sexual intercourse(s), so these women stay formally âvirginsâ, which in fact they are not-since they already had a vaginal intercourse.
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